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our company (Boeing) is moving jobs to California from Washington State which has no state tax. I have worked 34 years at Boeing. Now, If we move to californa and work there for 3 years and retire in California and move back to Washington. Does state of Californa tax me on my retirement benefits (all or partial)? If yes, is there a formula for the retirement...
Submitted May 9, 2014
I am older than my husband. I just started to collect SS. He is still working and is 60 yrs. old. Can he collect half of my SS until he retires?
Submitted May 8, 2014
My husband is planning to retire in Oct., when he turns 62. We are not financial wizards, and need help selecting a financial planner......what type should we seek out, one who charges a percentage or one who works on comission?
Submitted May 7, 2014
my mother passed away 06242013 and she had an IRA account. when we closed the account it was setup as a estate account. so when the distrbution was done of 42,712.00 we had 30percent of txaes withheld. now we are required to file a form 1041. after reading and attemping to do the form, i am showing no txas due and we will get the 30% of taxes paid back. help
Submitted May 7, 2014
My mom Mabel Goehner died in Nov of 2005, she had some stocks (Met Life Inc-Common PV 0.01) C that were never reported.Which went into probate. Me and my sister who was mom;s power of attorney,was never able to recover the unclamed dividends valued at around $11,000 or less. We (Robert Goehner and my sister Deborah Goehner are trying to recover the net amount value...
Submitted May 6, 2014
I'm 53 yrs old and have about 45k in my 401(k). how much do i need to contribute going forward in order to retire comfortably
Submitted May 5, 2014
Submitted May 3, 2014
My situation is rather perverse and dire. I am now a 7th year senior, who has been tackling great adversity and regrets. My family isn't into my finances, save for my dad's unemployment, and my cell phone. I have been tackling both medical issues, and am facing the burden of maxing out student loans without graduating, I need some serious help here ...My family...
Submitted Apr 30, 2014
What portions of a RMD (required minimum distribution) are not taxable? That is they are part of basis that the IRS uses to determine tax? Two possibles: Non deductible contributions to IRAs and after tax contributions to a 401 k . Are these examples correct? Are there other sources of basis?
Submitted Apr 29, 2014